Neumann and Sennheiser Present “The Past, Present and Future of Microphone Technology” at Full Sail University

Audio specialist Sennheiser announced that Wolfgang Fraissinet, Director Audio Recording at Sennheiser and President of Neumann, will be at Full Sail University on Monday, June 8 to share his presentation entitled “The Past, Present and Future of Microphone Technology.”
SennheiserThe presentation, which will be given at Full Sail University to an exclusive number of students from the university’s Recording Arts degree program, will also be made available to Full Sail’s online student community and the public through real-time streaming technology.

Interested viewers can pre-register to view the free live presentation by visiting and accessing the link provided at 2:00 p.m. Eastern on Monday, June 8th.

“The Past, Present and Future of Microphone Technology” explores the many innovations the microphone industry has experienced from the dawn of recording to the present day, as well as Mr. Fraissinet’s perspective on what the future of microphone technology may hold. Prior to the presentation, Mr. Fraissinet will receive a comprehensive tour of Full Sail University including the state-of-the-art performance venue, Full Sail Live, the flagship recording studio, The Audio Temple, and more than 110+ studios and labs located on the 212-acre Winter Park, FL campus.

In addition to his role as Director, Audio Recording at Sennheiser and President of Neumann, Wolfgang Fraissinet is Chairman of the International Advisory Board of the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester located in Berlin. Since 2005, he has been a producer of international music recordings, including several masterpieces and symphonies from Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Bach, and Mozart. Fraissinet has also recorded a number of Jazz productions, produced both in Germany and the USA. Early in his career, he studied classical piano at the Berlin Conservatory.

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